Top 10 Most Expensive Luxury Cars in the World

Luxury cars are more than something that gets you from Point A to Point B – they’re a global obsession. Here, we present the most current and up-to-date list of the top 10 most expensive luxury cars all over the world. Ready for some sleek, shiny, outrageously priced rides? Check it out for yourself below!

Number Ten: Ferrari FF – $295,000

Kicking off our list is the Ferrari FF, which features a distinctive exterior, lots of room, and V12 sound and acceleration. It has 651 horsepower and gets 11 MPG on the highway. On top of that, it’s rated 9/10 on Digital Trends and has a starting price of $295,000.

Number Nine: Rolls-Royce Ghost – $295,850

This year’s model of the Rolls-Royce Ghost starts at $295,850 and has 564 horsepower. It has a 6.6 L V12 engine and a beautiful luxury interior. The 2016 Rolls-Royce Ghost is rated 5/5 by Car and Driver.

Number Eight: Bentley Mulsanne – $303,700

The 2016 Bentley Mulsanne starts at $303,700 and gets 18 MPG on the highway. The luxury vehicle features a 6.8 L V8 engine and has a curb weight between 5,919 and 5,977 pounds. It’s gotten high marks for its luxurious interiors; however, it’s also garnered criticism for its heavy curb weight.

Number Seven: Ferrari F12 Berlinetta – $319,995

Starting at $319,995 is the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. This gorgeous luxury car has an impressive 731 horsepower and features a 6.3 L V12 engine. It gets 16 MPG on the highway and is rated 5/5 by Car and Driver.

Number Six: Lamborghini Aventador – $397,500

The 2015 Lamborghini Aventador has a 6.5 L V12 engine and up to 720 horsepower. It gets 18 MPG on the highway and has been rated 8/10 by Digital Trends. This car is perfect for someone who wants to show off – there’s no hiding in this luxury vehicle.

Number Five: Rolls-Royce Phantom – $417,825

Rated 5/5 by Car and Driver, the 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of the most impressive luxury cars in the world. It has 453 horsepower and starts at $417,825. The price tag might be hefty, but the glowing reviews (and the 6.8 L V12 engine) indicate it might just be worth the splurge.

Number Four: Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe – $438,325

Starting at $438,325 is the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe. The car features a 6.8 L V12 engine and gets 19 MPG on the highway. It’s been rated 8.2/10 by The Car Connection and is a great choice for buyers interested in the best possible kind of conspicuous consumption.

Number Three: Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe – $492,000

The 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe kicks off the top three on our list, and what a way to kick it off! It starts at $492,000, has 453 horsepower and features a 6.8 L V12 engine. As if that wasn’t proof enough of its quality, it’s been rated 5/5 by Car and Driver.

Number Two: One of the Most Expensive Luxury Cars – The Porsche 918 Spyder – $845,000

Let’s kick things up a notch. Starting at almost double the price of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is the Porsche 918 Spyder, at $845,000. This luxury car has 887 horsepower, gets 24 MPG on the highway, and has a 4.6 L V8 engine. It’s been rated 8.8/10 by The Car Connection, and if that’s not convincing, it’s one of the sleekest-looking cars in the world.

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Number One: Ferrari LaFerrari – $1.4 Million

Finally, the world’s most expensive luxury car is the 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari, which has a starting price of $1.416 million. The car has an impressive 949 horsepower and gets 16 MPG on the highway. It features a 6.3 L V12 engine and has a 2.3 kWh 480 V lithium-ion battery. If you want a hybrid and have a spare million or two lying around, then this is definitely the way to go. Happy driving!